Soccer America Daily
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
  • Philly housecleaning continues

    [MLS SPOTLIGHT] First, the Philadelphia Union parted ways with Peter Nowak, its head coach since its launch in 2010. Now, John Hackworth, who replaced ... Read the whole story

  • Blog 18: 'The Reframe'

    [THE PITCH] Christen Press returned to her Swedish club FC Gothenburg from training with the U.S. women's national team. Three months into her first ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "I feel like sports in general are still homophobic, in the sense that not a lot of people are out. I feel everyone is really craving [for] people to come out. People want -- they need -- to see that there are people like me playing soccer for the good ol' U.S. of A."

    -- U.S. national star Megan Rapinoe, who told Out Magazine that no one ever asked her directly, but … “I think they were trying to be respectful and that it's my job to say, 'I'm gay.' Which I am. For the record: I am gay." (Out Magazine)

  • USA falls to Mexico in U-17 final

    [COPA SAPRISSA] The USA fell to Mexico, 3-1, in the final of the Copa Saprissa under-17 tournament held in Costa Rica. Read the whole story

  • Pearce confirms Team GB selections

    [OLYMPIC COUNTDOWN] Stuart Pearce named 13 English players and five Welshmen to his 18-man Team GB squad for the Olympic men's soccer competition. Read the whole story

  • Federation wants Bradley to explain shock exit

    [EGYPT] Bob Bradley's Egyptian national team only managed a 1-1 tie with the Central African Republic and exited African Cup of Nations in the ... Read the whole story